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that is already melting down used plutonium. the white house is warning u.s. citizens to stay at least 50 miles away from that site, far more than the 20 miles japan is recommending. and millions have minimal food and water and are living in snowy and rainy conditions. more than 4300 are confirmed dead but officials believe that number will jump above 10,000. >>> another day of talk about a nuclear meltdown has touched off debate about radiation levels. now, most health experts agree that we have little to fear. simon perez has more on how people are exposed to radiation in their life every day. simon. >> reporter: dana, a lot of people are concerned about what is happening in japan and whether it could actually cross the pacific ocean and get here to california and the united states. but the fact of the matter is radiation is already here as you said exposed to it every day as you say. >> there is no way to avoid it. it is very small amounts. >> reporter: this radiation biologist says exposure comes from a variety of sources. >> flying in an airplane. increased radiation because of the altitud
place for lake merritt's dog park. >> it is a high use area. it is also a very dense area with lots of people and dogs and a place that is needed for those folks to be able to walk conveniently to exercise their dogs. >> reporter: sounds practical enough but neighbors worry when all sides come together for a public meeting wednesday the fur will fly. >> we are neighbors. we can talk to each other. you know. i think if people met face-to- face i think it would be a little more civil. >> reporter: that public meeting will happen at 7:00 p.m. at lakeshore baptist church tomorrow evening. about 100 people expected there. ultimately the decision, dana, will be up to parks & rec to decide whether the park will go in here. city council is expecting and hoping to break ground in about a year's time. >> kristin, you showed us the plans for the park. and i'm wondering, this is going to be a fenced in area, right, where the dogs are? >> reporter: it will be a fenced in area. a fence about 4 feet high. we did hear opposition to that because it is only 4 feet some people worry the dogs could j
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